1 2 Multiple T-type Ca 2 + current subtypes in electrophysiologically 3 characterized hamster dorsal horn neurons : possible role in spinal 4 sensory integration 5 6 7

@inproceedings{Ku201112M,
  title={1 2 Multiple T-type Ca 2 + current subtypes in electrophysiologically 3 characterized hamster dorsal horn neurons : possible role in spinal 4 sensory integration 5 6 7},
  author={Wen-hsin Ku and Stephen P. Schneider},
  year={2011}
}
30 31 Whole-cell, patch-clamp recordings were used to investigate the contribution of transient, 32 low-threshold calcium currents (IT) to firing properties of hamster spinal dorsal horn neurons. 33 IT was widely, though not uniformly, expressed by cells in Rexed’s laminae I–IV and 34 correlated with the pattern of action potential discharge evoked under current clamp 35 conditions: IT in neurons responding to constant membrane depolarization with one or two 36 action potentials was nearly… CONTINUE READING

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